Junwei WANG
王军委

Ph.D. Student
at CryptoExperts

About Me

I am a Ph.D student at CryptoExperts under the supervision of Jean-Sébastien CORON, Sihem MESNAGER, Pascal PAILLIER, and Matthieu RIVAIN. I am also an ECRYPT-NET fellow and received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 643161.

My research interest is white-box cryptography. I co-organized the 2nd edition of the WhibOx contest, which is the CTF event of CHES 2019.

My curriculum vitae can be found here.

Publications

  1. Analysis and Improvement of Differential Computation Attacks against Internally-Encoded White-Box Implementations  [ ]
    with Matthieu Rivain
    at CHES 2019
  2. Higher-Order DCA against Standard Side-Channel Countermeasures  [ ]
    with Andrey Bogdanov, Matthieu Rivain, Philip S. Vejre
    at COSADE 2019
  3. (preprint) How to Reveal the Secrets of an Obscure White-Box Implementation  [ ]
    with Louis Goubin, Pascal Paillier, Matthieu Rivain
    at Journal of Cryptographic Engineering
  4. Higher-order masking in practice: A vector implementation of masked AES for ARM NEON  [ ]
    with Praveen Kumar Vadnala, Johann Großschädl, Qiuliang Xu
    at CT-RSA 2015

Talks

  1. Higher-Order DCA against Standard Side-Channel Countermeasures  [ ]
    COSADE 2019, 4 April 2019, Darmstadt
  2. Analysis and Improvement of Differential Computation Attacks against Internally-Encoded White-Box Implementations  [ ]
    LACS seminar, 20 February 2019, Esch-sur-Alzette
  3. Recent Progress on White-Box Attacks  [ ]
    Journée "Protection du Code et des Données", 13 December 2018, Paris Saclay
  4. White-Box Cryptography  [ ]
    PANDA 2018, 16 October 2018, Beijing
  5. How to Reveal the Secrets of an Obscure White-Box Implementation  [ ]
    RWC 2018, 12 January 2018, Zurich
  6. Reveal Secrets in Adoring Poitras - A generic attack on white-box cryptography  [ ]
    ECRYPT-NET School on Correct and Secure Implementation, 11 October 2017, Crete
  7. Reveal Secrets in Adoring Poitras - A victory of reverse engineering and cryptanalysis over challenge 777  [ ]
    CHES 2017 (Rump Session), 26 September 2017, Taipei
  8. Higher-order masking in practice: A vector implementation of masked AES for ARM NEON  [ ]
    CT-RSA 2015, 22 April 2015, San Francisco

Other Professional Activities

I review papers for
  • COSADE 2019
  • Asiacrypt 2018
  • TCHES 2018
  • CARDIS 2018